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Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
Joined
Oct 15, 2004
Location
Toronto, Ontario - Canada
If you're in the USA, people are having trouble being paid by numerous casinos, too many to mention. It seems the last payment options available are cheque and EcoCard. Which method did you request for your payout?
 

caricia

Dormant account
Joined
Jun 7, 2007
Location
U.S. OF A
US player. Attempting to be paid through Bank Account so they said. I have also asked for check but that has not happened either. Its been over 30 days. I want to believe they will pay out, I am frustrated.
 

missmayda

Dormant account
Joined
Jun 20, 2007
Location
There
Outcome?

What was the outcome? Did u get paid? I also have a pending withdrawl and was wondering if I wll be seeing it or not? :confused:
 

tim5ny

Quit Gambling
Joined
Jun 8, 2003
If you're in the USA, people are having trouble being paid by numerous casinos, too many to mention. It seems the last payment options available are cheque and EcoCard. Which method did you request for your payout?
Intertops assurred me that they can continue to pay me by bank wire as they always had in the past. Just yesterday they told me this. Is there something I should know Pina? I mean.. if they can't pay me in this manner than I'm going to stop playing. I haven't won in a few months, so I can't test the system to see if it still works.
 

missmayda

Dormant account
Joined
Jun 20, 2007
Location
There
What are we to do...

...short of stop playing? I mean if the casino states they take US players and take US money, they should pay...I know-I know, "do the research", but word of mouth seems more secure...any clues or guidance for us poor old US players? With all this uncertainty, it seems a great breeding ground for unscrupulous operations :eek2:
 

caricia

Dormant account
Joined
Jun 7, 2007
Location
U.S. OF A
super slots..............

I was finally sent a partial payment of what this casino owes me for my winnings. They sent a check. Said my bank was rejecting the deposits they tried to make. That took six weeks. Now I wait for the rest. They are telling me that they can only pay out 3000.00 at a time! So, I ask myself??? What if I won one of thier progressives of over one hundred thousand???
What a joke!!!!!!!!!! It would take them forever to payout.
Well, I'm thinking the days of online gaming are over:confused:I have never had a problem like this before. But I always chose microgaming casinos before and I had a neteller account. The payouts were quick and I never ran into anything like this. Good luck and keep me posted!!
 

msqueenpin

Dormant account
Joined
Jan 17, 2007
Location
USA
superslots

I won 12 grand from them about 2 months ago and had not problem at all. They paid me $5000.00 a week. I had the first payment into my clciktppay account within 3 days.
 

babs7262

Banned User
Joined
Oct 9, 2006
Location
PA
I got paid

I got paid without any problems as well. I havnt played there in a bit because it takes forever for the games to download for some reason. This is the only casino I have problems with. Its a shame because I like their games and they do pay
 

dominique

Dormant account
Joined
Jul 5, 2003
Location
The Boonies
I was finally sent a partial payment of what this casino owes me for my winnings. They sent a check. Said my bank was rejecting the deposits they tried to make. That took six weeks. Now I wait for the rest. They are telling me that they can only pay out 3000.00 at a time! So, I ask myself??? What if I won one of thier progressives of over one hundred thousand???
What a joke!!!!!!!!!! It would take them forever to payout.
Well, I'm thinking the days of online gaming are over:confused:I have never had a problem like this before. But I always chose microgaming casinos before and I had a neteller account. The payouts were quick and I never ran into anything like this. Good luck and keep me posted!!
Sounds like they have finally found a way that your bank will accept payment.

If you deposit large amounts all at once, the bank is required to inform the authorities, used to be $10,000 but now has been set at $5000.

It is adviseable to deposit low amounts that don't raise flags. $3000 is a good amount.

We can all thank the US government for this mess.

Let's just hope more players call their senators and make their voices heard, with a lot of citizen noise there is a decent chance that this will end up being regulated in the future, rather than the current state of prohibition.

Meanwhile, the sad truth of the story is that payment will be slow for larger amounts, and you should never gamble online if you are going to need to get your winnings fast.

If you won 100,000 you would likely be able to open an offshore account to receive your winnings and import them and pay taxes on them gradually.

Why the US government would want to drive taxable money and good citizens underground is beyond my comprehension.
 

missmayda

Dormant account
Joined
Jun 20, 2007
Location
There
Agreed!

[/QUOTE]Why the US government would want to drive taxable money and good citizens underground is beyond my comprehension.[/QUOTE]

Couldnt agree with you more! Its a simple process. The casino's require a boatload of identifying information as it is...a simple IRS 1099 form would suffice...but then there are the players who wish to remain annon... :lolup:
 

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